Ancient Greece Jeopardy One Culture, Many City States

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  • Ancient Greece Jeopardy One Culture, Many City States
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  • Round 1 Category 1 Government Category 2 City States Category 3 Geography Category 4 Islands and Seas Category 5 Greek Architecture 10 20 30 40 50 Round 2
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  • Category 1 10 points This is known as the rule of one. Monarchy Next Question
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  • Category 1 20 points This is known as the rule of the people. Democracy Next Question
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  • Category 1 30 points This is known as the rule of the rich. Aristocracy Next Question
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  • Category 1 40 points This is a person that has certain rights and responsibilities to his/her country/city. Citizen Next Question
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  • Category 1 50 points This city was the first in recorded history to use democracy. Athens Next Question
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  • Category 2 10 points This city-state really emphasized athletics, its army, and education. Sparta Next Question
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  • Category 2 20 points This is the clearing around a citys acropolis that served as a market/meeting place. Agora Next Question
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  • Category 2 30 points This is a large hill that city residents used as shelter. Acropolis Next Question
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  • Category 2 40 points City, or group of people away from Greece that still have ties to Greece. Colony Next Question
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  • Category 2 50 points This is the Greek word for city-state. Polis Next Question
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  • Category 3 10 points A mountain in northern Greece fabled as the home of the gods. Mount Olympus Next Question
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  • Category 3 20 points This is the landform that is an area of land almost completely surrounded by water. Peninsula Next Question
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  • Category 3 30 points This landform is a sheltered place along a coast. Harbor Next Question
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  • Category 3 40 points The large hand-like peninsula located southwest of Attica. Peloponnesus Next Question
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  • Category 3 50 points. This is a wedge-shaped peninsula surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea. Attica Next Question
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  • Category 4 10 points This sea is located to the South of Greece. Mediterranean Sea Next Question
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  • Category 4 20 points This sea is located to East the of Greece. Aegean Sea Next Question
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  • Category 4 30 points This sea is located to the West of Greece. Ionian Sea Next Question
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  • Category 4 40 points This island serves as an ideal resting-place between Greece and western Asia located just of the coast of what is today Turkey. Rhodes Next Question
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  • Category 4 50 points This is the biggest of Greeces islands Crete Next Question
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  • Category 5 10 points Name this column: Ionic Next Question
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  • Category 5 20 points A picture or design created by positioning different colored tiles or rocks in cement is called what? Mosaic Next Question
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  • Category 5 30 points Name this column: Doric Next Question
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  • Category 5 40 points Name this Column: Corinthian Next Question
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  • Category 5 50 points This column looks a lot like the Ionic column, but a curvy, four-sided Ionic column: Aeolic Column Next Question
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  • Round 2 Category 6 Philosophy Category 7 Famous Places Category 8 Greek Achievements Category 9 Famous People Category 10 Miscellaneous 20 40 60 80 100 Final Jeopardy
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  • Category 6 20 points This is a person that is a skillful public speaker. Orator Next Question
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  • Category 6 40 points This famous philosopher was Alexanders teacher. Aristotle Next Question
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  • Category 6 60 points This teacher lead discussions and debates on the right way to live in the early 400s B.C. and executed for questioning the laws and religion of Athens. Socrates Next Question
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  • Category 6 80 points This man was a student of Socrates. He put Socrates teachings into writing. Plato Next Question
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  • Category 6 100 points Name the famous Athenian orator that presented a series of speeches urging the people of Athens to unite and fight against the Macedonians around 340 B.C. Demosthenes Next Question
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  • Category 7 20 points This land was famous for it extremely skilled sailors. Phoenicia Next Question
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  • Category 7 40 points A Greek colony on the western edge of the Nile delta that became very important to Greek trade and the spreading of Greek culture. Alexandria Next Question
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  • Category 7 60 points Kingdom to the North of Greece that took advantage of the Greek City states after the Peloponnesian Wars. Macedonia Next Question
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  • Category 7 80 points Name one other city state in ancient Greece other than Sparta and Athens. Thebes, Corinth, Megara, Argos, and Many More Next Question
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  • Category 7 100 points This is the city that was first settled in ancient Greece. Mycenae Next Question
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  • Category 8 20 points This is a lawmaking body of government. Assembly Next Question
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  • Category 8 40 points A group of citizens chosen to hear evidence and make decisions in a courtroom. Jury Next Question
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  • Category 8 60 points This is the search for wisdom and the right way to live. Philosophy Next Question
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  • Category 8 80 points This building, built to honor Athena, is the largest building on the Acropolis in Athens. Parthenon Next Question
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  • Category 8 100 points Name one of the famous Greek playwrights, or people that write plays. Sophicles or Euripides Next Question
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  • Category 9 20 points This man was the king of a civilization making its home in Crete around 2,000 B.C. The civilization was called Minoa. Minos Next Question
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  • Category 9 40 points Athenian leader that fought for equal rights for all people. Pericles Next Question
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  • Category 9 60 points Brilliant military leader that spread the Greek empire all the way into what is today India. Alexander Next Question
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  • Category 9 80 points This famous Greek poet wrote the Iliad and Odyssey. Homer Next Question
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  • Category 9 100 points This Macedonian king that conquered Greece. This man was also Alexanders father. Philip II Next Question
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  • Category 10 20 points This was a series of long battles fought between Athens and the Spartans. Peloponnesian Wars Next Question
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  • Category 10 40 points A new culture that blended Greek, African, and Indian ideals that was created do to the increased trading between cultures. Hellenism Next Question
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  • Category 10 60 points This was a Greek War ship. Trireme Next Question
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  • Category 10 80 points These are small army units. Phalanxes Next Question
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  • Category 10 100 points Hellenism was created because of the ____________ of the different cultures, which results in Cultural Diffusion, or each culture taking the best of each others and throwing away old ideas. Interaction Next Question
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  • Final Jeopardy Write down the amount you wish to wager on this question
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  • Final Jeopardy Question Answer